The Princess Bride - Chapter Eight, Honeymoon: Pages 299-307 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eight, Honeymoon: Pages 299-307 Summary

As the men run in panic, Yellin hides the only gate key in his shirt. Westley sees this and demands the key as the three men approach the gate. When Yellin denies he has the key, Inigo threatens him with his sword and Fezzik moves to rip Yellin's arms off. Yellin drops the key. Westley strips the gatekeeper of his sword and they allow him to run free. Fezzik unlocks the door and opens the gate, then re-locks it after they are safely through. Count Rugen and four armed men appear as Fezzik finishes with the gate. It is 5:34PM.

The wedding itself ended at 5:31PM. Humperdinck tries to hurry the Archdean along but the official is is so old he cannot hear. Buttercup stands next to Humperdinck imagining Westley running through the castle corridors...

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